Father Ted Lawson creates a robot, VICI (played by Tiffany Brissette). The family--Ted, Joan and Jamie--keep VICI's identity secret, and pretend that she is their daughter. Harriet, their ...
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Father Ted Lawson creates a robot, VICI (played by Tiffany Brissette). The family--Ted, Joan and Jamie--keep VICI's identity secret, and pretend that she is their daughter. Harriet, their nosy and annoying neighbor, has a crush on Jamie and plans to marry him. Her dad, Brandon Brindle, is Ted's boss; Brandon stole credit for Ted's ideas.Written by
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Despite being "made of plastic, microchips here and there", the robot and her costume grew from season to season to accommodate the actress. However, in the season 4 episode "School Monitor", there was an explanation given by the father, who put in a special chip that enabled her to grow to avoid suspicion from friends and neighbors why she never grew and remained the same age. See more »
I remember this horrid, horrid show that was as unfunny as an 'Evening at the Improv' with ALF after a botched vasectomy.
What made this show a cauldron of studpidity was the inane writing and dim-witted cast (I hope it was just the writing) that couldn't tell Vicki was a robot. So, an inventor could replicate an adolescent girl perfectly, except that she had that same stereotypical monotone voice that has plagued low-budget shows since time in memorial. I also could never get over the boy who played the son. He reminded me a lot of kids that used to get beat-up at school or went on to have pent-up rage and confusion due to a hormone inbalance and questionable sexual-identity.
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